New Chief Executive of Titusville Area Hospital and Vice President of Systems Integration at Meadville Medical Center has been selected. - The Meadville Tribune
April 6, 2016
Titusville Area Hospital's Board of Directors and leadership at Meadville Medical Center announced today the appointment of Mr. Lee Clinton, FACHE, as the next Chief Executive Officer of Titusville Area Hospital and Vice President of Systems Integration at Meadville Medical Center.
Mr. Clinton is currently the Chief Operating Officer at Perry County Health System in Perrysville, Missouri, where he has demonstrated exceptional leadership and numerous valuable contributions to the health system over the past ten years. He has a Masters of Health Administration Degree from University of Missouri, a Masters of Business Administration Degree from Southeast Missouri State University and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
The search to replace Mr. Nasralla, FACHE, encompassed six months and 267 applicants from across the country. "The entire process was a great success. With hundreds of applicants from across the country, we are very excited to have found Lee and his family. They will be great assets for both the hospital and the greater Titusville community," commented Philip Pandolph, CEO of Meadville Medical Center.
Mr. Clinton's tentative start date is Monday, May 2, 2016 when he and current Chief Executive Officer, Anthony Nasralla will work together until Mr. Nasralla's retirement in July 2016. Mr Clinton is married, and he and his wife, Lindsey, have six-year old twins. The family will be relocating to Titusville in the next several months.
Mr. Nasralla has served the Titusville community as the hospital's CEO since May 1987. During his tenure at Titusville Area Hospital, Mr. Nasralla successfully led the hospital through one of the most volatile eras of healthcare in America when many rural community hospitals were forced to discontinue operations.